1. Terms and Conditions
2. What personal information do we process about you and why?
SweTeach needs to save and process the following personal information about you:
- Personal identity number or Company registration number.
- General contact information (Email, address, phone number).
3. Why do we need to save your personal information?
SweTeach may process your personal information with the following legal basis:
We process your personal information when it is necessary to carry out our assignment by law, send newsletters that you subscribe to and conduct lessons and other events for which you have registered. We also process the data when we have a legitimate interest in processing it, e.g. an interest in being able to communicate with you, market us and develop our services. If we were to process your personal data for any purpose that, according to the data protection law, requires your consent, we will obtain your consent in advance.
4. Your rights and how you can exercise them
SweTeach is responsible for the processing of your personal data. You have the following rights: :
- Right of access (register extract) - a right to receive confirmation and information about your personal data processing.
- Right of correction - a right to have incorrect information corrected.
- Right to delete - a right to have data deleted. This right is limited to such information which, by law, may only be processed with your consent, if you withdraw the consent and oppose the processing.
- Right to object - a right to object to our treatment if it is based on a balance of interests or for direct marketing.
- Right to data portability - a right to require personal data to be transferred from one data controller to another. This right is limited to information provided by you yourself.
If you believe that our processing is not in accordance with data protection legislation, you also have the right to complain to the Data Inspectorate, which is the supervisory authority.
5. How long do we save you data?
Personal data is stored only as long as it is required to provide the services and products that have been orders, or as long we are obliged to store it under law of time if we have the right to send you marketing content. We may also be required by law to store certain personal data for 7 years after the relevant tax year. We may also store your personal data after our contractual relationship has been terminated if required by applicable law or to the extent necessary to determine, enforce or defend legal claims. We will, as far as possible, limit the processing of your personal data after our contractual relationship has expired.
6. Who do we transfer personal data to?
SweTeach may transfer your information to third parties, such as IT service providers and communication service providers, as well as publishers for the provision of literature.
Personal data may also be transfer by SwTeach if it is necessary to comply with applicable legal or regulatory requirements, to safeguard SweTeach legal interests or to detect, prevent or alert fraud and other security or technical issues.
7. Contact information
If you need more information regarding how your personal data is processed, contact us on:
417 22 Göteborg
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